Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Tiny Paris treasure.

Yesterday on my lunch break I went here as I often do. The owner of the shop had gone to Paris and brought home this little wooden box. It is very tiny, which I love. I have always had a thing for tiny wooden boxes, and this one was brought all the way home from Paris.

Of course I had to buy it! It's perfect for my little French rock and sugar packet filled with blades of grass from this post.

If any of you have similar tiny wooden boxes, I'd love to see them!

12 comments:

  1. That is just beautiful! I don't have a tiny wooden box, but I'm gonna be on the look out for one now!

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  2. I'm not too far from Woodstock.....I need to come out and hit up your hot spots. You find so many great little treasures.

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  3. Jennifer- I know, you are so close!! You totally need to come visit the square and surrounding streets. That's where I get everything!

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  4. That looks like a great store, so many pretty things. Love the little wooden box. I think you were meant to find it for your French sugar and grass.

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  5. Aw, you will love France (I grew up there, well a good chunk of my childhood anyway :) Hope you get to go someday.
    I love the little sugar package,grass and rock-those are the kinds of little things I save when I go places :)

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  6. What a cute box and I love the blades of grass post. How incredibly sweet :)

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  7. Looks like a fantastic store and I LOVE small boxes or tins like that! Can't find a more perfect house for your French rock. ;-)

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  8. great little box. And I just read the post about the blades of grass. I totally understand how wonderful that was to receive!

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  9. Think you need a tiny Eiffel Tower in there.

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  10. I have a passion for wooden boxes. When my grandmother died I discovered a wooden box in a drawer. It is unusual inside with some tarnished silver metal in the lid, prehaps to hold letters. And thats exactly what I found an old valentine from the turn of the century.I have no idea who it was from or why she kept it all those years tucked away. It must have meant something special to her, to me it is a sweet mystery.-Rebecca

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  11. Hopewell Creek..I love that story!!!

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  12. What a adorable little box.

    -Zane of ontario honey

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